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Billy Gray

Highest Rated: 100% All I Desire (1953)

Lowest Rated: 43% Two for the Seesaw (1962)

Birthday: Jan 13, 1938

Birthplace: Not Available

Juvenile actor Billy Gray began appearing in movie bit parts at age 5. The best-remembered of his 1950s film appearances were in The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951) as the inquisitive son of Patricia Neal; On Moonlight Bay (1952), as Booth Tarkington's Penrod; and The Seven Little Foys (1955), in which he played the teenaged version of future film producer Bryan Foy. Billy was slated to portray Tag Oakley on the 1953 TV western Annie Oakley, but instead opted to co-star as Bud Anderson on the long-running Father Knows Best (1954-60). His appearances in film and on television became sporadic after the 1950s.

Highest Rated Movies



No Score Yet Werewolves on Wheels Bill 2001
No Score Yet Child Stars: Their Story Actor 2000
No Score Yet Little Dorrit (Nobody's Fault) (Little Dorrit's Story) Stage Doorman 1988
No Score Yet Sky Bandits Juggler 1986
No Score Yet Dusty and Sweets McGee City Life 1971
No Score Yet The Navy vs. the Night Monsters Actor 1966
No Score Yet Tomb of Torture Actor 1965
43% Two for the Seesaw Mr. Jacoby 1962
No Score Yet The Explosive Generation Bobby Herman Jr. 1961
95% Some Like It Hot Sig Poliakoff 1959
No Score Yet The Seven Little Foys Brynie 1955
No Score Yet The Outlaw Stallion Danny Saunders 1954
No Score Yet The Girl Next Door Joe Carter 1953
No Score Yet By the Light of the Silvery Moon Wesley Winfield 1953
100% All I Desire Ted Murdoch 1953
No Score Yet Talk About a Stranger Robert Fontaine, Jr. 1952
No Score Yet Jim Thorpe---All American Young Jim Thorpe 1951
100% On Moonlight Bay Wesley Winfield 1951
95% The Day the Earth Stood Still Bobby Benson 1951
No Score Yet The Guy Who Came Back Willy 1951
No Score Yet Mister 880 Mickey 1950
No Score Yet Between Midnight and Dawn Petey 1950
98% In a Lonely Place Young Boy 1950
No Score Yet Three Little Words Boy 1950
No Score Yet Abandoned Boy leader 1949
No Score Yet Abbott and Costello Meet the Killer, Boris Karloff Actor 1949
No Score Yet Fighting Father Dunne Chip 1948
No Score Yet The Gangster Little Boy 1947
No Score Yet Specter of the Rose Jack James 1946
No Score Yet Suspense Small Boy 1946
93% Cluny Brown Boy in Shop 1946
81% To Each His Own Billy Ingham 1946
80% The Strange Affair of Uncle Harry (Guilty of Murder?) Child 1945
No Score Yet With Love and Kisses Himself 1937


No Score Yet Alfred Hitchcock Presents
Perry Hatch 1961
No Score Yet Father Knows Best
James Anderson Jr. 1960
No Score Yet The Adventures of Superman
Alan 1953


Sig Poliakoff says: You got to be under twenty five.

Jerry/Daphne says: We could pass for that.

Sig Poliakoff says: You got to be blonde.

Jerry/Daphne says: We could dye our hair.

Sig Poliakoff says: And you got to be girls.

Jerry/Daphne says: We could-

Joe/Josephine says: No we couldn't!